You must be blessed with extraordinary vision to spot this bird
A genus of near-passerine birds found throughout the forests and woodlands of the neotropics.
These birds are excellent at camouflage. These birds sometimes simulate a broken branch stub with feathering that looks like wrinkled bark coated in lichen, an inverted profile, and a greatly diminished beak.
Insects are the primary source of food for potoos. They swoop down from a high perch at night to collect flying insects.
This bird species is strictly monogamous, with both parents sharing responsibility for the upbringing of the young. Their nests are often little depressions on branches, commonly found in knot holes. Incubating birds carefully arrange themselves to hide the clutch of one egg, and no nest is created.